London - Southampton sold Nathaniel Clyne to Liverpool and ended Dani Osvaldo's expensive stay at the club on the opening day of Europe's summer transfer window in the English Premier League.
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Clyne, the England right back, became the fourth player in a year to join Liverpool from Southampton in a transfer reportedly worth 12.5 million pounds ($19.7 million).
Southampton terminated Osvaldo's contract two years into a four-year deal, having signed the Italy striker for a club-record deal in 2013. Osvaldo didn't play for Southampton after head-butting teammate Jose Fonte in a training session six months into his deal, and had loan spells at Inter Milan and Boca Juniors last season.
Swansea signed Portugal striker Eder from Braga, and Lewis Holtby completed his permanent transfer to Hamburg from Tottenham after a loan spell.